- A ritual set of exercises to purify thhe body performed prior to
Great Plume of Agosoria . Phlox spent the night on the pilgrims' ship, and engaged in Kaana-sah
exercizes. "Cold Front" [ENT]
Kabal- An alternate spelling of Cabal. SEE: Cabal
Kamata - deceased crewman. "The Forgotten" [ENT]
Kantare - SEE: Kantare
Kata Baharu - place in Malaysia
where Reed's parents live.
"Silent Enemy" [ENT]
Ka'Tann - Ambassador V'Lar
negotiated the Treaty of Ka'Tann at the Second Ka'Tann Conference,
held at Vulcana Regar on Vulcan where she met the young T'Pol, who had traveled there to meet her.
T'Pol's "blunt questions" forced the ambassador to reconsider her negotiating strategy.
"Fallen Hero" [ENT]
Kaybin bar - Phlox recommends
the lively Kaybin bars along the waterfront on Denobula to Dr. Lucas
but warns him not to go unescorted. "Dear Doctor" [ENT]
Keene - Captain of the ECS
Fortunate. He was injured in a Nausicaan
"Fortunate Son" [ENT]
Goldsberry) - female crewman.
"Vox Sola" [ENT]
(Kevin Derr) - MACO corporal. male. His name is visible on
shoulder as E. Hamboyan.
He bears a remarkable resemblance to Austin.
"North Star" [ENT]
He was stunned by mutineers in the Armory.
He escorted Tucker on the boarding party.
Although his nametag says E. Hamboyan, he answers to the name Kelly. He
was part of the team put together to retreive Ensign Sato from the Reptilian
vessel. He and Sato were the first to beam back to the ship once they found her.
He helps to repel the extra-dimensional alien boarders. He appeared to have
been knocked down or stunned by an alien energy discharge. Soon after he
apparently recovered enough to call the bridge and report that their weapons were passing right through
the invaders. Phlox told him to modulate their weapons to 32.6 Terracycles.
"Zero Hour" [ENT]
Kemocite - Reed described it as
a radiolytic compound which didn't match anything in their database.
Gralik, the Xindi who manufactures it, called it a multiphasic isotope with numerous (any number of,
countless) applications depending upon the level of refinement. It is synthesized and then refined in
at least 3 processing chambers (it is not known if 3 are needed for every level of refinement). A seal
ruptured in the tertiary chamber resulting in impurities in 3 production cycles before it was discovered.
Many canisters had to be retested. What couldn't be salvaged had to be destroyed. Kemocite has a
subquantum imprint which is unique and produces a quantum signature that can be used to determine
where the material originated from. "Shipment" [ENT]
An illegal substance which Quark was going to smuggle to Orion on the way back from Earth.
Its reaction to vented plasma from the warp core triggered a time warp.
"Little Green Men" [DS9]
Production Facility - A Xindi colony of about 80 people
which supplies many species
with kemocite, not just other Xindi. It was located by energy readings which spanned the spectrum,
also positron emissions and antiproton bursts indicating processes which used a lot of power. They
supplied Degra with several hundred kilograms of extremely refined, high purity kemocite (processing
it for six months) for use in making the weapon to destroy earth, although they originally thought
he only needed it for "research". The colony appeared to not have any defensive systems. Hayes
estimated that it would only take two spatial torpedos to destroy the complex from orbit.
- Sergeant MACO. male. Beforre being assigned to
Enterprise, he was stationed
outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Although he hasn't lived in Duluth, Minnesota
since junior high school, Sato could tell that he was from there by
the inflections in his speech.
"The Xindi" [ENT], "Anomaly" [ENT]
He was part of the team put together to rescue Sato from the Reptilian ship.
He was wounded in the attempt, but Phlox told Reed that he would make a
complete recovery. "Countdown" [ENT]
Susan - (female) Medical technician. She took leave from
work over a year before. She died
from a phase-pistol wound while trying to get information about the baby to Tucker and T'Pol.
- (female) Tucker suggests that Ens. Kimmball, who is married would be
advising T'Pol about her fiance' than him. For logical reasons, (the less people who know about her
problem the better) she still decides to confide in Tucker.
"Breaking the Ice" [ENT]
Klaang - SEE: Klingon, Klaang
Klach D'kel Brakt - Soong
nickname of "Briar Patch". Region flooded with radiation from
remnants. At least two habitable planets.
"The Augments" [ENT]
Klev, Major - SEE: Tandaran, Major Klev
Klingon - SEE: Klingons
"Kling-ot." An erroneous
pronunciation of "Klingon" by Admiral Leonard.
"Broken Bow" [ENT]
Kohlinar - An alternate spelling of Kolinar. SEE: Kolinar.
Kolinahr - Another alternate spelling of Kolinar. SEE: Kolinar
Kolinar - The Kolinar is a
Vulcan ritual consisting of rigorous discipline intended to purge all
and embrace an adherence to pure and total logic, above and beyond the commitment made by most
followers of Surak. Kolinar is studied in the deserts on Vulcan.
"Star Trek: The Motion Picture" [ST1]
and in the monastery of P'Jem. "The Andorian Incident" [ENT]
Koss - SEE: Vulcans, Koss
Kov - SEE: Vulcans, Kov
- Aliens which
patrol a nebula that contains the entrance to a subspace
was under the impression that they only had one or two ships in the nebula, but there were at least
a half dozen within 60000 km of the entrance to a subspace corridor.
Kronos - Alternative spelling of Qo'noS based on how it is pronounced. SEE: Qo'noS.
K'toch class - A type of Klingon
shuttlecraft. Klaang piloted a K'toch-class shuttle for his
with Sarin in 2151. The name "K'toch" is from the script, it was in a scene cut from the final episode.
"Broken Bow" [ENT]
Kuulan (Rudolph Willrich) - SEE:
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